BlackBerry Black Friday Sale Is Already Live With Big Discounts on Smartphones

 

BlackBerry Black Friday Sale Is Already Live With Big Discounts on Smartphones

Black Friday is just around the corner, and as the tradition goes, the best tech deals will be up for grabs. BlackBerry has already gone live with its Black Friday sale and it gives customers the chance to save up to 53 percent on select smartphones like the BlackBerry Priv, DTEK50, BlackBerry Passport, and BlackBerry Leap.

As part of the sale, BlackBerry has slashed prices on most of its smartphone lineup on the ShopBlackBerry website. Starting with the BlackBerry Leap – it is now available for purchase for just $159 (roughly Rs. 11,000). The smartphone’s original price is $199 (roughly Rs.13,700).

The recently released BlackBerry DTEK50 gets a $70 (roughly Rs.4,800) discount, and is available for purchase at $229 (roughly Rs. 15,800) on the website. There’s no promotional offer on the BlackBerry DTEK60 and the smartphone hasn’t received any price cut. It is available at its original price of $499 (roughly Rs.34,300), but a free softshell and a rapid charger is being bundled in with every purchase.

If you miss the QWERTY keypad, and don’t mind huge smartphones, then the Blackberry Passport might interest you. The black variant gets a whopping $250 (roughly Rs.17,200) discount, and is available for purchase for $249 (roughly Rs. 17,200) only (original price is $499). The Silver Edition Blackberry Passport is available for $299 (roughly Rs.20,600) only, down from its original price of $549 (roughly Rs.37,800).

Lastly, the BlackBerry Priv smartphone launched last year in November also gets a discount. It is available for just $299 (roughly Rs. 20,600) instead of its original price of $649 (roughly Rs.44,600). Just to recap, the BlackBerry Priv was launched in India in January this year for Rs. 62,990.

 

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